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Academy y 

Admission, Requirements for 7, 9, 10 

Alumna; .51.41 

Hooks, Sheet Music, etc 2s 

Buildings 29 

Calendar 2 

Certificates 8, 22 2< 

Class Distinctions . y 

Classes of Students ... „ 

Course, Academic I0 

Art 26 

Collegiate , « 

Music , n 

diplomas *. 22, 25, 26 

Domestic Arrangements 

Enrollment ... 

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Expenses 

Faculty 

General Information 

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Health 

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Improvements 

Library 

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Literary Societies 

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Loan Fund 

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Location 

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Moial and ReligiotM Advantages 

Patrons 

Regulations for Boarding Pupils 

Summary 

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Trustees, Board of 

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Uniform 

Visiting Board from the North Georgia Conference 



Catalogue 



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Fifty-EightH Annual Session 



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LaGrange Female College 

LaGrange, Georgia 



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Sept. 16. Session begins. Registration of students. 

Sept. 17, 18. Classification of students. 

Nov. 26. Thanksgiving Day — naif holiday. 

Dec. 8. First term ends. 

Dec. 9. Second term begins. 

Dec. 19-28. Christmas holidays. 

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Mar. 8. Second term t nds, 
Mar. 9. Third term begins. 
Apr. 2fi. Decoration Day half holiday. 

If " 28. Meeting of the Visiting committee from the North 
Georgia Conference. 

May »g. Commencement Sunday. 
May jo, 31. Commencement exercises. 

Annua! Meeting of the Board of Trustees. 
May 31. College year end-.. 



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Faculty 

1902-1903 



RUFUS W. SMITH. A. M . President, 

Meltphyiici, 
A. B , '86. A M . ':.< fKin.irvi Bu lauulK for forty-arven yeara at Km 
DaJton Fenete Cottage, earl other place*, la preacnt positl 

MRS. RUFUS \V SMITH. Udv Principal 

Aitronomy, Physiology. 
Itaotad at Wtatoyaa but. rctadnaaUl) foi three «an private papi! ol Prol 
Crawford (Oaford for two yeara Ru taught daring forty-aeveu >. •- m 
position foi eighteen yaera 

REV HUBERT M. SMITH, A 1! 

History. 

A " y| ■morj i Mud* rbiU inn 1. .,. hing rap :.•■■•■ 

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CLIFFORD I. SMITH. Di.av. 

Mathrmatica, Trench. 

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LEON P. SMITH, A. H , REGISTRAR, 

Phyaica. Biology, G.rman. 

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MISS LINDA LOUISE HARRISON, If. K. L., fid K D 

EI >cution, Physical Culture 

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"taa asm tsacttnet, ehtaay ,„ ,„,,,,„ peatataa 

MISS s. JENNIE STRADLEY, A B., 

Latin, Grffk, 

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Faculty 



MISS ELIZABETH GREEN, L. I., 

English Literature. 

L. I Peabodj Norma! g tudl e d al Weetejraa female College. Teaching 

tixnence ol fiv< * 'earn 

MISS MARGARKT E SHFPARI), A. B., 

Principal of Academy. 
\ h . id (Judaon in-! kvea v<-;tr- experience •» bwlni 

MISS (). LILLIAN YFNABLF, A. I., 

Instructor in Academy. 
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Music Department 

ALWYN M. SMITH, Mrs Grai>., Director, 

Theoretic*. Voice Culture, Musical History. 

smGrad Valparaiso Morses] Col H simlud m H i mas 1 1 »eliiiji. Usui in 
pskaader Case Adaaea, thru mi Metropolitan Col. of Music, then for two years in 
"jecCnn- gi Ocrtnaa) Bi|mlaiin rfatajhtasaeaMsaaisjtrMaBi 

MRS ALWYN M SMITH. Mrs. Gkad., 

Voice, Piano, Sight Singing. 

Ai N I-; Cotiaervatory for tsuajc vesra, graduating in Voice under Mr Dantslaattd 

e*»Hotoli, stiittiril in MetroiKilitnii Col "I Musi, thru for two years in the I.eipMi 
KwTMtary im.1,1 ilciini tebHagj ami Knudsoii H;i- Iwreti teackfaeg M I. ■ C for 

CLIFFORD I.. SMITH. 

Violin. 

Ken Violin at Valparaiso Normal College TeacMsg i ipi is am si seat lea 

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s Hss ELEANOR C. DAVENPORT, A. H., Mrs. C,rai>., 

'""». Theory. Guitar, Mandolin. Banjo. Sight Singing. 

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Faculty 

MISS LEILA M. IRVIN, Mrs. Gkad., 

Piano. Theory, .Vi(>h< Sinking. 
Mil*, i.rud . loes (L i C 1 1 -m — occupied prctent poctiUon threi \. 

MISS EDA i:. BARTHOLOMEW, Mrs. Ckap.. 

Piano, Theory, Pipe Organ. 

Contplated a four year |—| gmlutiii coorae at I^etoaV rniimiealnie .1 Man ,„ 
I'iaiKmnd Tliruiy uiuU-i Paul <.ma-.ilc.r1 .,n,l Carl Kritucke. an.! in Hal ■ 
Pen) Honicvr Teai'limu «••»;■ ., |„ j„,st,il pOhUioS sue 



Art Department 



MRS. CUFFORD I.. SMITH, A. B 

Instructor. 

A ■ ■ '' ''• ! ' •■ iilld III New V .Ik. 

rience of several year- 



MRS. CLIFFORD L. SMITH. 

Librarian. 



MRS. HUBERT M. SMITH. A. B 

Bookkeeper. 



MISS ANGIE SMITH 

Houiekeeper. 



HENRY HARRIS. 

Superintendent of Ground, and Building* 




Requirements for Admission to College 

Requirements For Admission to 
College. 

These requirements conform to the standard established by 

t Educational Commission of the M. !•'.. Church, Booth. 

For the A. B. Degree. 

English: Three hours a week for two years 
i. Higher English Grammar, 

I. Elements of Rhetoric and weekly written comj>ositions. 
English Literature, including the special studj 
peare's Macbeth, Milton's L' Allegro and II Peu se iu e o , 
Jfflusand I.vcidas, Burke's Speech on Conciliation with the 
in Colonies, Macaulavs Essays on Addison and Milton. 
Itfae reading of Pope's Homer's Iliad Books I.. VI . . XXII.! 
XIV.. Addison's Sir Roger de Coverhty, Goldsmith's Vicar oi 
hbjfield, Scott'. Ivanhoe, Cooper's Last of the Mohicans 
ons Princess, Coleridgi > Ancient Mariner 

Latin: Four hours a week for two years. 

' Beginner's Book. 

I Three books of C.e.ar and three orations of Cicero or 
i Divalent. 

Greek: Four hours ■ week for one year 

' Beginner's Book, with elementary reading aad coeapo 

"•2. Or one year of equivalent preparation in either 
*>ehor German. 

f the applicant for admission has not studied German or Bench. 
* year's course of study in either may be taken in College, though 
V not be reckoned in the number of hours required for graduation. 
BhtOTj Three hours I week for two years. 

^History of the United States and General Historv. or 
v ol England. 



Diplomas Certificate* 



Mathematics: Four hours ■ week for two vcars. 

i . Arithmetic. 

2. High School Algebra through qnadrattcs 

For the B. S. Degree. 

Hnglish: Same as for A. R. course. 

History: Same as >r A. B. course. 

Mathematics: Same as for A. I. course. 

Latin: Same as for A. R. course or an equivalent amount of 
French and German. | One year of each or two years of either). 

Science: Four hours a week for one vear. 

Physical Geography, Physics, Chemistry or Botnnv. 

Certificates will be accepted from duly accredited schools in 
lieu of entrance examinations. 

If, after six weeks' trial, pupils do not show the proficiency 
indicated by Certificates, teachers will examine and classify 
accordingly. 



Diplomas, Certificates. Distinctions. 

Diplomas. 

Those who complete the A. B. course wiii rece.ve the 
degree of Bachelor of Arts. Those- who comp.ete the li. S 
course will receive the degree of Bachelor of Se.enee Those 
who complete the course- in Instrumental music will leoetvt a 
Optoma in P.ano, and those who complete the course- m Vocal 
music will rec-e.ve a diploma in Voice. T5s.ee who complete a 
course m Art will rece.ve a diploma ,n Art. For anv of the. 
mplomas a fee of $5.00 will l*- charged. 

Certificates. 

Upon satisfactory completion of certain courses in the various 
departments of college work, a certificate will be awarded. Up* 
completion of the full present work of the Academic Dcpnrt- 

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Distin ction Cliissea of Students 



te will be Riven Foi any of these certifical 
i ki will be charged. 
I'pon completion of certain prescribed courses of the music 
departments, certificates will be granted. For portico 
these departments. Foi in music and art i 

will tx.- charged 

Distinctions 

t ol those who aic to receive degrees will participate in 
tduating exercises. The Faculty reserves the right to 
the number of appointees and their assignment. 

Some of the students who are to receive certificates for the 

■mietion of the course of study in one « mora departments 

tt be selected to read original essays or other assigned work 

Commencement. These are to he selected opon relative 

ask, provided that the one la receive the largest rmaab 

tes shall take precedeace of those receiving a It--.- number. 

Ten students in Special Elocutioa will be chosen on relative 
writ m elocution to recite during Commeaceaient. To compete, 
wnU must have studied Special Elocution not less than three 
Moths before time- of selection and must continue this special 
■A until Commencement. 

Homed rwarded and no "honors" are conferred. 



Classes of Students 

Academic, t coarse of three years, ot like grade with the 
*J High Schools, is provided lor the many students who aIl . 
ssible to good high schools. Applicants fa admission to 
artment must be at least twelve years old and must have 
•apleted some elemenl .miliar, elementary arithmetic, a 

iding, an advanced geography, and an ekmentan 
•ted States histoT) . No w,.rk bek>« high school grade is cai 
■ in this institution. 

N^ar.— Regular students are in the College and are par 
*|aconrs. leading to a degree. Applicants For admission 



Academic Courw of *tuaj_ 

imi-t be at least fifteen years old and must have covered tb 
of the Academy or its equivalent. See tin Requirement 
Admission to College as sel forth b) the Education Couini 
of tin- M. lv Church, South. 

Irregular. -Irregular students are those students in C 
who are pursuing courses which do not lead to a degree. The} 
must conform to the same requirements as Regulai stt 
ao Ear as the courses which the) are pursuing art.- concerned In 
all case they must be prepared tor admission to College m 
English and Mathematics and must be at least fifteen 

Special. —Special students arc those who arc pursuing mosi 
cal, art or elocution courses as a ty. While \\< 

mend that Special students take some advanced literary work, 
we require the completion of the Academic Course of Stud' 
equivalent before receiving certificates or diplomas in mm 
elocution. 



The Academy 



Course of Study. 

First Year. 

Ekgush.— Seed's Word Lesson (Mayuard, Merrill 4k 

Harve\ - English Grammai (American Book Co ; Weckb 
coanposiaons 

Latin. — Lindsav and kollins Easy Latin Lessons All\n.i:ui 
in). 

<'.i(»Gk.\miv. Appleton's Higber( American Hook Co (reri 

Histckv Bvaua History of Geot Universit) Publialaal 

Co. .. Supplementary readii 

M \thi.:m\'ik> Milne's Higher Arithmetic Amei 

Co | to !'■ roe d1 .. 

Vertical penmansbip, physkal cnltare, sight singing and 

drawn . 



a, iclrmir Couiir of Sti I v 

Second Year. 

- Word Lessons i Maynard Merrill \ Co 
ish Grammai i American Book Co. i reviewed; 
Uckwo meutarj Composition Penn «V Co . Stud) 

■ Milton's Paradise Lost, Books I sod II. Shakespeare's 
int of Venice (Eacfa from Macmillan Company). 
Be reading of Cooper's Last of toe Mohicans, Goldsmith's 
if Wakefield, Pope's Iliad Hooks i \j , XXII., 
XXIV. (Eacfa from Macmillan Co. >. Critical papers 
Weekly compositions. 

Collar's Gate to Caesai (Ginn ft Co I. Composition 

ises. 

Field's Historj oi the United States American 
Book Co. Supplementary reading 

thi matics. ■ -Milne's Higher Arithmetic completed; Mime's 
ntary Algebra. (American Book Co 

Penmanship, physical cnltnre sight singing and d 

iug. 

I Third Year. 

-Lockwood and Emerson's Composition ami Rhetoric 
'i & Co I; Word Analysts. Stud> of Shakespean 
-tli. Macaulay's Bam) on Milton and Addison, i Each 
Macmillan Co Reading of Stevenson's Treasure 
I tnhoe, Add 
Tennyson's Princess. Macmillan Co.), Critical Pajn-r-. 
weekly a impositions. 

Three additional books of Caesar; tow oratkms of 
ro. Composition ex e r cises . 

White s First Greek Book Gran ft Co. completed. 

■udent urn :■ ><+,<>< i i 
m **ti French yr u 

Montgomery's Historj of England Ginn ft Co 

ens' Mythology iM lynard Merrill ft Co 



Collegiate Course* of Study 

Mathi:math.'s. -Milne's High School Algebra (American Book 

Co i through quadratic- 
Physical culture and sight singing. A course in vertical in-n- 
mansuipand dasa drawing will be required of those who 
in. iv n, ii have taken thi-^ in the two preceding years' work. 



Collegiate Departments 
Courses of Study. 

Tor A. B. Degree ror B. S. Degree 

1K1MIMAN YI-AK. 

Enghsh I. English I 

Latin I. r„ ,,„,,, [ 

Plane Geometry plane Ceonietrx 

General History General Hist 

Bihk I. Bible I. 

BOTHOHORB VSAR. 

Enghsh n. and til. English II and III 

J^ 1 ?"; German II 

k U > French I i ° ne "' l 

German II. [Oneof these ««*£ ( ; % . 

lhI - Zoology 

Solid Geometry Solid Geometry 

Tr '^»<>metr> Trigonometry 

Ph > Physics 

m,kn Bible I] 



jrjrjnoi vi:ak. 

E»gti*IV..andV.orVI. English IV.. and V or VI 

:; UinI11 - French I. (or II. 

Chem«ry Chemistry 

Advanced Algebra Advanced . 



Course of Studr 

Civics Economies, Hist. Rome Civics, Economics, Hist. Rome 
Kble HI Bible III. 

Astronomy Astronomy 

-I Mi IB I 1 ■ AK. 
REQl'IRI k lor IK in 

Bible IV Bible IV. 

Ethics, Psycholoj fie Ethics, Psychology, Lof 

Geolog) 

l.l.i C PIVES i.i.i 5 n\ 

;: 1! tors' work Required from 280 Hoars' work Required from 

Back Historj (60 hoars) Greek Historj (60 hoars) 

lerawn I. 1 tao), if not taken Preach II. (130), if not taken 

Bennan II. (120), if not taken English VII (60) 

h I. 120), if not taken English VIII. (60) 

French II. (120 English V. (6b), it not taken 

• VII. ■• Plane Analytical Geometry (60 1 

VIII 1 Descriptive Geometry 

fcowi) Calculus 1 60; 

Spherical Trigonometry * 

fcraolof Solid Analytical Geometrj 

kftish V. (60), if not taken Bookkeeping 40; 

ktj Math. Coarse in B. S. Electives 

The Total Number of Hoars Required for Gradaation in 
its Course is 2,400 the Laboratory work couoting One hour 
brTwo 



Course of Study 

Department of English 

MISS ELIZABETH GREEN, I.. I. 

BGUSH I. -Carpenter's Elements of Rhetoric (Macmillan 

Co ; Lewis' Specimens of Porms of Dis course (Holt ft Co 1. 

Required critical reading: Borke's Speech on Conciliation. 

living's Alhambra, Dickens' Talc of Two Cities (Ginn 8 

1, Shakespeare's Hamlet Arden Edition D. C. Heath 

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C»ur»» of Study 

ft Co.). Critical papers. Weekly compositions. S 
Lady of the Lake, Hawthorne's Great Stone Face. 

ENGLISH II.— To January. American Literature Special 
study of Irving, Hawthorne, Emerson, Longfellow and 
Lowell; study of Southern writers, Poe, Lanier, Joel Chan- 
dler Harri- and James Lane Allen Required critical 
tag: Hawthorne's Marble Kami. Cooper's Deerslayer, Pa - 
Prose Tales 

ENGLISH III.— To Jane. Halleck's History of English Lit 

eratnre .American Book Co.)i Syle's From Milton to Ten- 

nyson (Sibley and Docker). Required Critical Reading: 

Raskin's Sesame ;m<l Lillies, Tennyson's Idylls of the King 

h from Macmillan Co.), Carlyle's Essaj on Barns 

Macniillan Co. I. Critical Papers. Monthly Compositions. 

Eliot'l Silas M.mier. 

ENGLISH IV. — To January. Representative play- from the 
Elizabethan dramatists. For close critical study: Shakes- 
peare's Johns Caesar, Macbeth (Macmillan Co I, Tempest - 
Arden Edition (D, C. Heath & Co. Comparison ol Eliza 
betuaa and Ancient Classical Drama with readings from the 
Classic dramatists. 

Required Reading: King Lear, As Von Like It. Richard 
III. (Each from 1). C Ik-ath & Co. '. Critical Papers. 

ENGLISH V. — For this course see the department of Elocution. 
The work is given regular English credit. 

ENGLISH VI.— To June. Development of the Novel. Ri 
tentative Worka of the English Novelists. Cms- Develop 

■MSSt of the English Novel (Macmillan Co C 

Papers. Six Formal Compositions. 

ENGLISH VII.— To January. Morris- Chaucer's Protogne. 
Knight's Tale, and Noune Preestes Tak (The ClarendoB 
l'ress). Selections from Spencer's Fairie Queen. TwoFoi 
nial Compositions. 

ENGLISH VIII.— To June Ernerson'a Brief History of the 
Engfasfa Language (Macmillan Co.), or Bright' s Aaglo- 






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Courts of Study 









K i The Clarendon Press Two Formal Com 

positions. 

acertificat< will be granted hihmi the completion of any six 
irses in Eiijj i~,h. 

of English must 
:*■■ in-:- \id down, beginning and 

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Department of Elocution and Physical Culture 

BS LINDA LOUISE HARRISON, M E I.. If. E 0. I>. 

KLOCUTION Fee $10.00 per war. South wick 'a 
■ utioii Wernei & Co. Selected readings from an 
Bent dramas. 

iL ELOCUTION Fee $40.00 per year. Graded work 
b phonetic spelling, pronunciation vocal physiology, artic- 
ulation of the body, expression, interpretation, pantomime. 
Texts used: Fulton and Trueblood's Practical Elocution 
(Werner & Co.); Sear's History of Oratory (Scott, Fon 
Ban & Co. Arnaud and Delaumosne's Delsarte system of 
tory (Werner Co.); Linda Louise Harrison's Gesticu- 
Simplified; Genevieve Stebtrins' Physical Culture 

W a; lit 1 Co. ). 

-ted upon the completion of the course in special 
i for one year is , 

rders are required to take a course in Physical Culture 

illv able. 



Department of Latin 

MISS S. JENNIE STRADLEY, A. 1?. 

•• T IN" I Searing's Virgil's Aeneid (American Book Co 
Ikctylic Hexameter; Bennetts Cicero de Senectute 

M * Latin Grammar; Bennett's Latin Prose Composi 

l "»» (Allyn and Bacon. 1. 

"'>>' II Shorey and Kirkland's Horace's Odes Epodes 
»tiresand Epistles (B. 11. Sanborn & Co. 1; Lvric Met™ 



Course of Studr Creek French 

<>f Horace; Bennett's I. tin Grammar; Bennett's !..•■• 
Prose Composition. 

LATIN III. -Tyler's Tacitus' Germania (American Book Co.) 
Elmer's Terence's Phormio Hinds ami Noble); Sight Read- 
ing from Cicero's orations against Cataline; a study of 
Roman Literature. A certificate will be granted upon the 
co mpl e tion of this course. 

Department of Greeh 

MISS S. JENNIE STRADLEY A. 15. 

GREEK I. — Goodwin ami White's Xenopbon's Anabasis, Sej 
mour's Homer's Iliad. Goodwin's duck Grammar (Gtnn 
and Co.), Collar and Daniel's Prose Composition (Gimi 

and Co. ). 

GREEK II. — D'Ooge's Demosthenes on tin.- Crown 

ForesmanandCo.). Allen'-, Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound 
'('.inn and Co.)- Another selected drama. A Studj of 
Greek Drama. 

A certificate will he granted upon the completion of this course 

Department of French 

CLIFFORD I.. SMITH 

FRENCH I.— Eraser and Squair's Grammar (D, C. Heath and 
Co.). Van toll's Introduction to French Authors (D. C 
Heath and Co.), Conversational and Composition Exercises; 
Memorising French Poetry; Texts selected from Erkraann- 
Cbatrian, kferimee, Sand. Victor Hugo l prose), Verne 1' 
C Heath and Co |. 

FRENCH II. Praser and Squair's Grammar; Francois' Cos- 
position (American Book Co.); Written Exercises on 
studied subjects; Recitation* conducted partly in French; 
Texts selected from Zeis, Hugo, Dumas, Halevy (D C 

I hath and Co.). 

FRENCH HI.— U Literature De U Laugue Francaise; Writ- 
ten exercises on dictated matter; All work conducted in 
trench: Study of Fund. Versification; Texts foi Criticism 

p. 



Course of StucJ» Cermiin Riolo*> A»tronony 

ted from Lamartine, Hugo, Rancine, Musset, Daudet, 
Comeille Moliere D C Heath* Co.) ^ certificate will 
hi granted 115H.11 the 1 ompletion ol this course. 

Department of German 

LEON 1" SMITH A B. 

GERMAN I. Harris' German Grammar (D. C. Heath & Co. . 
Three Elementar) German Texts 

GERMAN II. Joines-Meissner's German Grammai Pan I 
D. C Heath & Co Three intermediate German texts. 
Composition ami conversational exercises 

ERMAN III 
su/Ji Joines Meissner's German 

Grammar; Study of the lives and literature of classical Gei 
in. in writers. Composition and conversational exercises 
A certificate will be issued upon the completion <>t this 

Department of Biology and Astronomy 
MKS. RUFUS W. SMITH AND LEON P. SMITH A B. 

BOLOGY. 

COURSE I- Smith's Physiology and Hygiem American Book 
Co '!\\: study with the one of charts; Lectui 

COURSE II. Davenport's Zoology (Macmillan Co.). Text 
study , and laboratory, and field work, 1 lit- lattei taking up 
at least half of the time. Laboratory fee, $1 

COURSE III Wood's Botany (American Book Co.) Nearly 
the whole time is employed 111 the analysis of flowers, seeds, 
etc., much tim< being spent m field excursions. Laborator) 
fee, >i 

ASTRONOMY Howe's Descriptive Astronomy (Silver, Bur 
dett & Co I Charts and lectures, with siderial observations. 
Acertifii ite will l»- granted upon tin completion of the 
studies oi 'hi- department. 



Course of Study Creek French 

of Horace; Bennett's Latin Grammar; Bennett's Latii 
Prose Composition. 

LATIN III. — Tyler's Tacitus' Gertnania (American Book Co. | 
Elmer's Terence's Pfaormio i Hinds and Noble); Sight Rerd 
ing from Cicero's Orations against Cataline; ■ studj ol 
Ron. in Literature. A certificate will be granted upon tin 
completion of this course. 

Department of Greek 

HISS S. JENNIE STRADLEY, A. B. 

GREEK I. — Goodwin and White's Xenopbon's Anabasis, Sey 
mottr's Homer's Iliad. Goodwin's Greek Grammar (Ginn 

and Co.', Collar and Daniel's Prose Composition (Ginn 

and Co. ). 

GREEK II -D'Ooge's Demosthenes <>n the Crown (Scott, 
ForesmaaandCo.). Allen's Aeschylus' Prometheus Bound 
(Ginn and Co.). Another selected drama. A Study of 

Greek Drama. 
A certificate will lie granted upon the completion of tin- course 

Department of French 
CLIFFORD L. SMITH 
FRENCH I.— Fraaer and Squair's Grammat . J) C. Heath ami 
Co.). Van Daell's Introduction t.» French Authors (D. C 
Ih .;!; and Co.), Conversational and Composition Exei 
Memorizing French Poetry: Texts selected from Erkmann- 
Chatrian, Herimee, Sand, Victor Hugo (prose) Vera 
C Heath and Co i. 

FRENCH II.— Eraser and Squair's Grammar; Francois' Coin- 
position (American Book Co.); Written Exercises on 
studied subjects; Recitations conducted partly in French; 
Texts selected from Zola, Hugo, Duma,. Halev) (D. C 

Heath and Co. ). 

FRENCH III.- U literature De La Ungate Prancaise; Writ 
ten exercises on dictated mat:,,; All work conducted to 
French: Study of French Versification; Texts for Criticism 



Course of Study Cerman F»ioloti> Aitronorvy 

lelected from Lamartine, Hugo, Rancine, Musset, Daudet, 
Corneille Molien I). C. Heath fit Co.) A certificate will 
be ".ranted upon the completion oi this course. 

Department of German 

LEON P SMITH A 15. 

GERMAN I Harris' German Grammar (D. C. Heath & Co. . 
Three Elementarj German Texts. 

HERMAN II Joints Meissner's German Grammar, Pari I 
I» C. Heath & d> i. Three intermediate ('.inn hi texts, 
Composition and conversational i xercises 

GERMAN III •• twV/ not n ... . 

su/ft Joines Meissner's German 

Grammar; Study of the lives and literature "l classical < 
man writers. Composition and conversational exen 
A certificah will be issued upon the completion of this 

Department of Biology and Astronomy 

RIMS W. SMITH ANIi LEON P. SMITH. A li. 
HOLOGY. 

COURSE I. Smith's Physiologj and Hygiene American Bonk 
Co T« si stud) with the u*e of charts; Lectures 

COURSE II. Davenport's Zoologj (Macmillan Co.). Text 
study, and laboratory, and field work, the latter taking uj> 
at ltast half nt the time. Laboratory fee, %\ 

COURSE III Wood's Bol • American Book Co.). V 
the whole time is employed in the analysis of Rowers, seeds, 
etc., much time being spent in field excursions. Laboral 
fee, >i .00. 

4STRONOMY. Howe's Descriptive Astronom) (Silver, Bur 
detl & Co.) Charts and lectures, with siderial observations. 
K oertifii ite will be granted upon the completion of the 
studies dI this department. 






Cour«e of Study Physici Mnthem.itic* 

Department of Physics 

LEON 1'. SMITH A B 

A noticeable deficiency in the applicants foi work in this 
department is in Geography and Decimal Fractions. On admis 
sion these point- will be considered b> the instructor. 

COURSE I. -Gage's Introduction to Physical Science (Ginni 
Co. I. Laboratory work 1>\ student taking at least two 
thirds of the time, with notes. Lectures. A good labora- 
tory is provided. Laboratorj fee, $5.00 Student 

other schoo's are expected to brin 

mat laboratory work, in order ■ m this cou 

mg it fit 1 

COURSE II.— Cooley's Chemistry (Ginn & Co Laboratorj 
work by student taking at least two thirds of the time, with 
notes. Lectures. A well equipped laboratory is pro 
Laboratory fee, $5.00. 

COURSE III.- Davis' Physical Geography Ginn & Co ! Texl 
study, The elementary work in physical geography com 
prised in texts like Maury's 1- nol accepted as equi' 
to this course. 

COURSE IV. LeConte's Geologj American Book Co Con- 
siderable Geld work find laboratorj work in mineralology, A 
fine collection of minerals foi study b afforded, and 
beds of rare minerals are accessible. Laboratory fee |t.oo. 
A certificate will be issued upon completion of the studies 
of this department. 

Department 0/ Mathematics 

CLIFFORD I. Mini 

COURSE I. Phillips and Fisher - Plane Geometn Am 1 

Hook Co. 1. 

COURSEII. -Pbillipaand Fishers Solid Geometry, 
COl RSE III. I'liiiii,,- a nd Strong's Plan* Trigonometrj 
1 American Book Co 



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Course of Study B.l.lr Metiiphysirs 

COURSE IV Hall and Knight's Advanced Algebra (Ma 
millan Co 

COURSE V. Bailey and Wood's Plane Analytical Geometn 

i ('.inn & Co. ). 

COl'RSK VI. Voting and Linbarger's Elements <>t Calculus 
Appleton & Co. 

COl'RSK VII. Spherical Trigonometrj 

COURSE VIII. Solid Analytical Geometry. 

A certificate will be granted upon the completion of an) five 
nurses ol tin'-, department. 

Department of Bible Study and Metaphysics 

IUFUS W. SMITH, A M REV. HUBERT M. SMITH, A. J! 

BIBLE Steele's Bible Outlines f Sibley & Duckei >. 

COURSE I Patriarchal and Hebrew Historj to Death of 
Solomon, 

COURSE 'I Hebrew History to the Return from the Baby- 
lonian C i The Poetic and Prophetic Books 

COURSE HI The Life of Christ. 

COURSE I\ The Propagation <>t the Gospel. Candler's 
Christus Au< tor S Meth. Pub. House 

METAPHYSICS 

COURSE I. To No\ i. J evons' Logic (American Book Co.), 

COURSE II. From Nov. i to Feb, 15. Steele's Rudimentary 
Ethics 1 Leach, Shewell & Sanborn 1. 

COURSE III. After Feb. 15 Baldwin's Elementary P») 

i'li'>in^\ and Education 1>. Appleton & Co 

ite will Ik- issued upon the completion of tin- depart 
and the Courses II. .md III in the department of Hiaior) 
!! »! Political !•'.< onomj 

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Course of stud) History Politic ii goonorw y Music 

Department of History and Political Economy 

REV. HUBERT M. SMITH. A B 

COURSE I. Myers' General Histon (Ginn \ Co.). 

COURSE II. To Dec to Davenport's Economics Maci 
Companj . 

COURSE III. To Mar. to. Macy's Civil Government Cum 
& Companj . 

COURSEIV. After Mar. 10. Myers' Rise tmi Fall of Rom 

''.Mm \ Co, 

COURSE V Botsford's Histon of Greece Macmillan C 
A certificate will be issued upon the completion of tin- d 
iiK-nt and tin- full course of Bible Study. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

AI.wvn M. SMITH DIRECTOR. 

This department offers a thorough coursein vo 
mental music, theoretical studies ami musical history. Some of 
the teachers have had advantage of the best conset 
ing, all are eminently qualified for their respective positions 
The methods employed are those used by the best instruct 
American and European conservatories. 

Semi-monthly pupils' recitals give training fot concertand 
church work. The time required to complete a courseisde 
pendent upou the talent, industry and previous attainments of 
pupil. The courses of theory and sight 
essential to an intelligent comprehension of voice culturt 
01 pi] i- organ 

Theory 
A. M. BIMTH MISSES DAVENPORT, [RVIN, BARTHOI «EW\ 

Under theory is included notation, rudimentary principles 
narraoo) and counterpoint. The course of theory will compar* 
favorably with that of the best conser 



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Course of Stud) History Politir-H Fronnivy Music 



Department of History and Political Economy 
REV. HUBERT M. SMITH, A B 
COURSE I. Myers' General Hi-' ■■ • Ginn & Co I 

COURSE II. Till)!,' 10. Davenport's Economics Macmillan 
Com pan j 

OH RSE III. To M.u. [o. Macy's Civil Government (C.inii 
& Company 

C< M ' R S I •: IV Aftei M ir i M ■ Ris. md Kail ■ I; 
1 '.inn & Co. 

COURSE V. Botsford's Histors oi I I ' ! 

A certificate will be issued upon the completion of thi 
ment and tin full course of Bible Study. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

rVtWVN M. SMITH, nil K TOR. 

Tin- department I - h < mrsein vo 

mental music, theoretical studies and musical history Some of 
the teachers have had advantage of the besl conservatory train- 
ing, all are eminently qualified for their respective positions. 
The methods employed are those used by the best insti j 

American ami European conservatories. 

Semi-monthly pupils' recitals give training foi concert ai 
church work. The time required to complel 
pendent upon the talent, industry and previous attainments ol 
pupil. The courses of theon and sight singin 
essential to an intelligent comprehension of vo 
or pipe organ. 

Theory 

V M. SMITH stISSKS DAVENPORT, ikvi.v BARTHOLMEW. 

'ink-: theory fa included notation, rudimentary • 
harmony and counterpoinl The course ol thcor) «il! 
favorably with that ol tl„ besl conservatories. 






Course of Study Theory Musical History 

Course of Study in Theory 

First (.ra.le 

■uuou, rudimentai 5 principles. 

signatures, intervals, 1 
tteii exercises adapted to pupil. 

Second Grade 

Hi in signatures, scales, intervals, 

.;li bass. Murk- oi expression 
exercises adapted t<> pupil. 

Third Grade 

ary's Elements ol Harmony to Lesson \\ 
jpry'sAddil al Exercises. Original modulations. 

Fourth Grade 

iery's Elements of Harmony completed and reviewed. 

Additional Exercises. Dbubl • chants, chorals. Har- 
lionizing melodies. Acoustics. 

Fifth Grade 

rfcsohn's Simple and Double Counterpoint. 
■rnbini's Counterpoint and Fugue Figuration. Simple 
composition in rondo form. 

Musical History 

A. M. SMITH 

Pupils have access to a library containing musical books 
^journals In the fourth, fifth and sixth grades, pupils are 
Bired to read biographies ol the masters and other musical 
Ware. 



Course of Study in Musical History 

First Year 

Lessons in Musical Historj (Fillmore), with original out 

tid sketches. 

Second Year 

The r.n ,,t Tone Port- 1 Crowesl 1 Biographical sketch of 
>m|K>ser. 

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Course of 8tud» Piano 

Piano 

MISSKS KAKTIIIII.HMHW. IKV1N DAVENPOKT, MK>. \ M. SMITH 

Particular attention is paid to technic throughout the course. 
To facilitate the attainment of corred position and touch, pupils 
are tir>t taught t<> play slowly. With increasing strength ind 
flexibility, rapidity of execution is acquired till thedesired tempo 
is reached. Pupils who haw completed the fourth grade in 
theory and piano, tin- lir>t year in musical history, a year in 
sight singing, ami A. B. or B. S course at least up to Freshman 
class, will receive a crrtificatb in instrumental music. Those 
completing the fifth grade in theory, tin course in piano, musi 
cal history, first year in sight singing, and A. B. or B. S. course 
to Freshman, will receive a diploma iii piano. Tin- weekly 
prima vista classes are free to all pupils in in<\ above fourth 

grade piano. 

iSTNo pupil will receive a certificate 01 diploma unless she 
baa studied in this institution each of tin- required branches for 
one year. 



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Course of Study in Piano 

First Grade 

Hoehler, op. 249, Vol. I.. 11. Duvernoj 
Technical exercises. 

Second Grade 

Koihkr. op. 249, Vol. III. Duvernoy, op. 1 • 
,;;. Lnabelli's and dementi's Sonatinas. 
1 al exercises. 

Third Grade 

Bach's Preparatori Studies. Heller, op. is, 
636. Berena, op. 61. Berttni, op. 29, .',->. 
68, Dussek'sand Kuhlau'a Sonatinas. Smaller works of 
good composers. Hera - Technical exercises. 

Fourth Grade 

Czeray, op. 299, 807, 7.40. Kullak's Octav< Studies, Bk. I. 
Chopin's Waltzes Bach's Inventions, Preludes, andeasj 
Fugues. Locschborn, op. 66. Berttni <>p. 66. Mendels- 
sohn's Songs without Words. Mo/art's, Clementi's, Bee 
thoven's Sonatas, Doering op. 24, 25. Selected Solo-. 
Pichna's <>,> Daily Studies. Cramer s '«> Selected Studia 



Lemoine, op 
Hera's Techni 



47. Czerny, op. 
Schumann, op, 



Course of Study Org. in 
Fifth Grade 

prig Ehrlich's Exercises, Clementi s Gradus ad Parnassum, 
Vol. I. (TausigJ Kullak's Octave Studies Bk II Bach's 
Well Tempered Clavichord. Jensen, ojj \i Seeling:'* Con 
cert Etudes. Beethoven's, Haydn's, Schubert's, Sonatus. 
Chopin's Polonaises, Nocturnes. Selections from modem 
composers. 

.Sixth Grade 

Jwg-Ehrlich's Exercises. Chopin, op 10, .■>. Bach's Suite 
Anglaise Reinecke, op 121, Bk. II.. Ill Mendelssohn 
op. 104. Haendel's G-Minoi Concerto Reinecke Con 
certos of Hummel \\ «i Schumann, Pield. Pieces by 
Raff, Jensen, Moukowski, Weber, Schumann, Grieg, Lisrt, 
Chopin. Am of above studies ma) be omitted or chan 
at teachei 's discretion). 



Course of Study in Organ 

Mis> ]h \ 1;. b \ Kl'm u OMEW. 
First Grade 

ftaeider's Pedal Studies, Bk. I . II. Easy piece, by European 

and A m.i 1. in composers. 

Second Grade 

ore playing- begun. Accompaniments foi congregational 

^nimn^, 

ft's Preludes and fugues, Vol. I II 
R. Shelle> - Modern < irganist. 

Third Grade 

oreplaying. Accompaniments forchorusaod wlosing- 
Mendelssohn's Preludes and Sonatas. Si humann's 
Fugues ueber B. A. C. II. Selections from Reinbei 
Piutt., Richter, Guilmant, Rossini, Raff, Gounod, Schubert. 

Fourth Grade 

haws Etudes. Bach's Masterpieces. Eddy, Church and Cm, 

cert Or K amst. Concert pieces from Buck, Wagner Schu 

"'•"'"- <',.,. in.ant. Flagler, Sonatas of Reinberger Ummens 
Rittei 



Course of Study Sight Singing 

Violin, Guitar Mandolin and Banjo 

C. I.. SMITH, HISS DAVENPORT. 

The course of study in Violin consists of scales, fingi i exei 
dses, correct bowing, etc.; Henning's, Fessenden's and Schu- 
bert's Studies; ensemble playing with pi. hid and cornet, 
duets, etc., from best composers, Pupils furnish their own 
instruments. 

Sight Singing 

HISSES DAVENPORT, IKVIN. MRS \. M. SMITH. 

This is a prominent feature of the institution. Every pupil 
in the institution has the advantage oi a thorough coursi in 
vocal musk, enabling her, without the aid oi an instrument, to 
arng ordinary musk at sight. Pupils taking this course in sight 
singing make more rapid and intelligent progress in voke culture 
as well as in instrumental musk. We believe that pupil- possess- 
ing the power of speech and an appreciation of tneUxh may 
learn to sing ordinary music intelligently. The aim of this 
department is to develop among our pupil- a musical taste and 
ability. Sight singing, fundamental principles, glees, church 
music, choruses, aa well as harmony, are taught daily except 
Thursday. 



Course of Study in Sight Singing 
First Grade 

:ic! Reader (Educational Musk C< 
Notation, Major scales. Ear training. 

Drills in intervals. Musical dictation 
Two-part singing. Selected glees. 

Second Grade 

Third Reader (Educational Musk Coursi I 

Major and Minor Scales. Accidental- 
Modulation. Mu.-ical Dictation. 
Three-part ringing. Selected glees and choruses. 

Third Grade 

Fourth Reader Educational Musk Course). 

Choruses selected from standard operas and oratorio-. 
Church music Four-part singing. 

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Course of Study Voice Culture 

Voice Culture 

MK. AM) MKS. AI.WVN SMITH. 

Since correct breathing is the basis of good tone, as well as 

[jood health, breathing exercises are given thn ighout the 

pK. Noise and "forced" tones do not constitute singing. 

do not learn, parrot-like, a few songs, the musical thought 

riuch neither pupil nor teacher comprehends; but their voices 

Improperly trained and developed. Instruction is given in 

1*1 physiology, tone production, true musical conception, and 

as n-iatc<! to singing as well as to speaking. This 

line fits pupils for solo singing in concert and church, and for 

riling voice culture properly. At the discretion of the teacher 

fans are allowed to sing in public. Female quartets are organ 

pand drilled when voices are found, adapted to such work. 

Pupils completing the first year in sight singing and inusi- 

aihistory . fourth grade in theory and voice culture, will receive 

ti \ i. in v >ice cultni «e comj leting the course in 

|k singing, musical history, voice culture and fifth grade in 

pory, will receive a DIPLOMA in voice culture. 

*r No pupil will receive a certificate or diploma unless she 
i studied in this institution each of th< required branches at 

ne >ear. 

Course of Study in Voice Culture 

First Grade 

T<< hnical exercises adapted to pupil. 
Concone's 50 Lessons. Bonaldi's E cerciaes. 

Second Grade 

Breathing and technical exercises. 
Marchesi, op. 1. Bordogni's 24 Vocalises, 
Simple solos. 

Third Grade 

Breathing and technical exercises. 

Concone's 25 Lessons. Vaccai'a Italian Method. Marchesi 

Italian pronunciation and grammar. Selected songs 

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Course of Study Voice Culture Art Dipt. 

Fourth Grade 

Breathing and technical exercises. 
Marches!, op, 21 , Panofka, op, 8 1 . 
Arias, selections from oratorio, concert singing i; : 
Italian and German songs, 

Fifth Grade 

Breathing and technical exercises, Preparatorj exei 

for trill. 

Bordogni's 36 Vocalises. 

Concert sfnging. Study of aria, reeitath avatina. 

Operatic selections in English, Italian and German. 



Art Department 
MRS. CLIFFORD I.. SMITH, A. B. 

An artist of ability and experience is in charge of this 
department. Much work is done from nature and objects, and 
free-hand drawing is required. Pupils are I ughl nol mere 
copying, but true art, hence their work has a life in il 
wanting where only colored prints are used, The studio is fitted 
up with cast studies, etc. There will be models to pose in the 
Head and Sketch Class,.. Thia department offers unsur] 
advantages in oil and crayon portraiture The Art Hall is 
modious, well lighted, and admirablj ad ipted to its nses. 

Painting and Di iwii g in c ■ •. medium are taught, includ- 
ing oil colors, pastel, wa ter colors and china painting; drav 
m charcoal, crayon, pencil, and pen and ink. Outdooi sketch 
dass Wl11 '"' arranged tor fall an 1 spring study. No charge for 
« tea class and outdoor sketch cl iss to pupils in the othei classes. 

Course of Study in Art Department 

DRAWING 1. 1. \ss| v ' ; 

1 Antiqw i ,,-t Drawinj 

l-AINTIN,; (. [.ASSES ' s " 

ill,,. j ■ 

Those completing the course in drawing and painting will receive 

■ DIrXOMA, 



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Expenses 
Rates per Scholastic Year 

Literary Department 

\ Fall Term 

Academic I tepartment - 

( Spring term . .... 

{ Fall term 

Collegiate classes 

( Spring term 

Diploma (literary or music) 

Certificate in music or Elocution .... 

Certificate in literary department* . 

light singing and tree hand drawing (in class) 

Music Department 
Instruction in piono or organ .... 

Voice culture 

Barmony in class 

Violin, guitar, banjo or mandolin 

Psjol piano one hour to one and a half hours per day 

I'm.- of piano each additional hour ]>er day.. 

■ piano to pupils in double musie, two hours daily 
Wo! pjpe organ (including hire of organ blower)., . 
Henry, Musical History, to music pupils 
Art Department 

Drawing (pencil, charcoal or crayon) 

Cray !;; ; portraiture, pastel or china painting 
Oil painting 

Special Studies 

■pedal elocution (single pupil I 
Bocutkn (in class 
il harmony. ... 



**nl. laundry, lights, and fuel 
■*rd, laundry and literary tuition 

Ubrarj fee 

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cm zoology, botany, or geology 



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Stipulations Books, Sheet Music. Etc. 

Pupils desiring to take music, art, ot special studies, in ad- 
dition to the literary course, can find out cost of satnebj adding 
rates as specified on preceding page. 

Stipulations 

All the above charges for board and tuition are required to 
be paid or satisfactorily secured, one-third cash, one-third Decem- 
ber o, one-third March i). New pupils are charged from the 
time of entrance to the close of term. Former pupils returning 
after the term lias opened, are charged tuition for the whole 
term if carried on with tlu- same class. No deduction will be 
made for absence during the first two or the last thkee 
weeks of the session. No refunding of money paid for bo ird or 
tuition nnks-, serious illness compels the pupils t< be absent two 
or more successive weeks. No charge for literary tuition is made 

against daughters of clergymen living by ths ministry. We 
expect all dues to be settled before class distinctions, diplomas, 

or certificates are granted. 

Books. Sheet Music, Etc. 

Books, sheet music, stationery and art materials, are 

sold l'nK cash. Hoarders, on entering, should deposit money to 

pay for tliese articles. 

Terms and Vacations 

The collegiate year is one continuous session, beginning the 
third Wednesday m September and ending the first Tuesda: n 

June. 



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Ceneral Information 

General Information 

Location 

LAGRANGE is seventy-one miles southwest of Atla ita, ( a 
the Atlanta & We«1 Point and the Macon & Birmingham 
nilroads It is located upon a high rolling country, above tin 
Mountain range. 

Health fulness 

The elevated, undulating nature of the surrounding countr 
natural drainage; hence there is no sickness arising 
Ma malaria, and the climate is not subjected to extren* s. 

Situation 

The coll :ge occupies a magnificent site, eight hundred Feet 

a level. College Hill is out hundred and five feet higher 

laa the railroad depot, affording a commanding vie* of sut 

■■ding country. Being situated one-half mile from business 

Isteroftowii the Collej >rds a quiet retreat, when teach- 

pand pupils 1 «rd together and constitute one family. Tin 

ids arc niiu -u- in extent. 

The Building! 

The main hn dings an- the College and College Hoa e. In 
te property was sold to the North Georgia Confere ice fo 
•'' '""''. :' ! "1 u - 1 1 > improvemeuts have since been made A 
hr well on the premises and the city water works furnish an 
abundant supply of water. The College and College Home arc 
Nfred witl ' »t Edison electric lights. 

Tllr 5« built of brick and granitt and cove-red with 

■tini It fin roof. It is6o by 120 fet two stories high 

an« thn at the other. The first «>r cont. ins reci- 

-. ind 1- Ivided by wide halls ere n^ each other at 

■ center, therebj »rding perfect ventilation. On the second 

adthiKi floor are gated the chapel and rooms admirably 

PUd for inslructio and practice, and additional recitation 

lieu, 

The College Chaptl has a seating capacity of 800 penom. 

,,til1 ' 1 ' »y UWge windows and has live entrances. 

College Homi is located one hundred feet west of the 
Wlege. From the ol of this building water flows to all points 



Improvements Lo;in Fund Library. Etc. 

of tlit compawr Tin.- borne contains Home Chapel, gymnasium, 
baths, and rooms tor one hundred and twenty-five boarders. 
Each story has a hall running the entire length of the building 
The Koond story is reached by five stairways. The rooms tor 
boarders open into three wide halls receiving air and sunshiu 
from without. These rooms are thoroughly ventilated, having 
open grates, windows with weights, and doors with reversibU 
transoms. With our superior hygenic arrangements it i- oca 
strange that College Home has had, for the past forty years.d 
health record unsurpassed in the South. 

Improvement a 

During the past year valuable improvements to building! 

and equipments have been made. Hath rooms and watei closetj 
are placed on every floor of the College home, rooms for holding 
two ^\r\> increased in number, the College building 
equipped for work, and many other improvements of value and 
convenience were added, over $i 0,000 being recently exp 
making this institution one of the best equipped in the South. 

Laura Haygood-WiiHatn Loan Fund 

Mr. W. S. Witham, of Atlanta, Ga., donated $10 o • (which 
has since increased to $13,500) as a Loan Fund for dependent 
^irls During the everal years in which this fund has been in 
operation many young ladies have enjoyed its benefits, and dur 
tog each season there are mor< worthy applicants than can bi 
given aid. Will not several friends of education make donationi 
to meet these pressing demands? 

■^Circulars, giving information concerning thi^ fund and 
conditions upon which loans are made, will be furnished "|><>n 
application. 

Library 

The Library contain- ov< (elected books suited to the 

demands of school life and general reading, and many choice 
ma g a zine s. The number oi books is continually being increasei 
to suh the needs of the students Money for battel 6ttmg«| 

the reading room and foi books will be highly appreciated. 

Instrumentalities 

The College is being supplied with physical and chesuci 
apparatus, and now lias ,1 fairly equipped laboratory for physic*, 




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Ho ilth Refculiitiona, Etc 

three weeks after she has entered college. Bach younj 
should have a Mack >ki:t. waist and tie t<> wear with gown 
everyday wear no uniform is required, but parents are reii i 
to dress their daughters plainly, and to furnish them with 
waists instead of corsets. Pupils must wear uniforms during 
commencement except on the stage, when plain white i 
liuist be worn 

Health 

A close supervision is i v over the health of boarding 

pupils. All cases of sickness are required to be imme 
reported to the Lady Principal. In cases of serious sicknesst 
physician is called; the choice of physician and method of treat- 
ment rests with the parent, and. it mad-- known to Pres 
will be scrupulously respected. The perfei t sai 
ments, g od water, elevated country tree from malaria, an 
supervision over the health of boarders, have pr< serious 

sickness to a degree unsurpassed by any similar institution in 
the state. 

Domestic Arranr>m<-nts 

The sleeping apartments ol the Horn* ommodated to 

four inmates. All the rooms are carpeted and largeh - 
mented with new attractive furuitun . Beds, .. 
wardrobes, and chairs are furnished by the College. Each pupfi 
must furnish her own sheets, covers, pillowcases and to 

i pupil should have an umbrella, a gossamei and overshoo 

Regulations 

Pupils must meet their visitors only in the reception I 
must make no debts at stores, must pay for damage done 
property . arrange rooms bt fore leaving in the morning, b 
promptly obe} rising, prayer, study, and school bells. Tiny 
must observe the Sabbath and attend Sunday school and cl 

an not p. rmitted to spend the night out in town, commu- 
nicate witli young gentlemen without the permission oi thi 
(ll " : the grounds without permission, send 01 receh 

thine bj means oi day pupils, visit sick or exchange rooms 
out peiunssion. borrow money or jewelrj 01 
other, leave pianos open, or visit music and art rooms witlunr. 
permission 



Students 



Students, 1902-03 



Collegiate Departments 



The nmkRi in patCBthnta anr the aaanbrro ol hour* of Collegi rtrdil 



AlManam, Carrie 
Bacon. Ilia Camp 
Burnett, Anna 
l{.<rthi>i'>iiir« Kdn F. 
Branleli OMHMUC 
llrailfifkl inn 
Brewton M.ilx-1 

■raws, i.iiin- ko*al 

Brown. Mary Will. 
Bruce. I.nssie 
Bunisiite. F.lta May 
Hlirson. I.otia 
Citicllri. |.nr\ 
l..it>!>s. Mav Merle 

- Vivian 
Cheek Belle 
Cheek. Hiiiin.i s 
Clark, Carrie Lee. 
Clcaveland May Ilell 
■ - Jank B.. A B. 
Conner. Amur Mn\ 
Crawley. Annette 

!>.<llls l.'Hli-' 

I>ainel, \'ashti 
I)avcii|>(irl, Klrainii C . A li 
Davis, Mary 

•aaajaBJ Knie-tiii, A I .\ \ 
Dickin-m. Aililie 
Dillard Annie Zu 
Urane. Mary Lou 
Imnsoii. Annie Hag, B I. 
Kills, Mrs. * J 
EthridRe, l.ouw 
Kvans, M. Bess 
Fannin. Fletcher 
Fannin. Sara I) 
Ferret!, kolierta 
I landers j,s M , 
Freeman. Praaaai 
Freeman I.ucv 
Garrttt. Lillian 
naaa. Mat* 
i.,>r,|,,n ii.iiimii 
Greene. Rlijalwii, L I 
Griffin Klla 



Irr Prmhman 

In. F'resh'nan is. i 

KI.KIlttOII 

Plata h 

1'llysiolony. liihli 
Irr. Freshman 

BagrHah i 

Srnnn }l s 
Bihle 
Freshman \ I: 

■aarhoaaaa \ I B 

..irr. Freshman 
ir: ■ophosBora 
■ag, Prew h Oct ki. ■! in 
irr. n mama li i 

Rag 1 Hist I l'hysiol IliM. 

Rtujliah i . Put a Uu a 

Qca Histoiv Mvili.i'. K y Rlocattion 
Freshman A II 

ntioii ( ..Milan 

Irr. Bapbomon 

In s..pli..iii(,n 

Irr Fu^lini.in 

S. in,, i |l -, KI-.i iitmn 

lit nch 

Irr irt shniiui 

M inn 
In N.,|,h,, I,,,,,, 
Fitshman B s 
. lir liniiur 
Mill" 

Normal w,,i k 
French 
Irr Jiiiii.,i 
Senior H s. 
Irr Freshman BaaaBBMM 

Wng - la aTi I Ptrjvaiakajj 

.Innioi n s 
In I trshmiin 
Junior A B :- 4 ol 
In. sv.ph.,1,, ... 
In Junior (tarn 
Iri iop h o m i ' 
H.llih 
lrrefjulnr ^4,. 



34 



M 



1.' '11 



' ,l\ 

,rin Myttk 
rgia K 

>. l."n 
Buktii-'in Su»H 
lari. Iae« 

Mir 

I M B B 

la M 

S in l. 

jeii lliirine 

m Mh 
I iiIh 

tte | 
barrj Bc*4rie 

Ultnt' 
miotic. I. mil" I 
■ ,- ■ v 

. 11 Inci 
Mmi m c 

Millrr. Ida 

Mr* Jam: 

hrk., Praucea W 
IHnck Relet* 
ftamaaton, i. 
Ikfek \< -i i 
•m'anil. m.mi,1> M 
Bmplej i 

ImullJ M.ittit- 
■Ml Raltfe 

■bktrdaoa Mabel 

"HI- 

1 ..till 

■HDi II M A u 

■n II \l A H 
■belle) i H 

Mandit'l ' 

n I Hit.it I 
M 

Kill 

Timtiuni'.. Mevie 

•in ^tiim- 

Tnmiiif Claaak 

: l.llllr 
*'lllHllls Mllllllt B 

*tllinm« Wmnir H 
Am Mark 

itrll.t 
* 1111 Villi 



Sophomore A H 
l t r l peahmaa 
!■ ■ i reamoaa 
it r Sophomore (*©5i 
Kl'Kiiti'in Bible 
K.liKiiti.in. Rnffttab III 
Ni ithkiI work Bumroei 
Normal work Man 
Ii rcgatai ' 
CiTinnli II I ulu li 
Ii i I •. thaUM (;js,> 
In SophomOfl 

i-r hnMna 
. ir i - Preahman {i \ 
1-1 Preafaaaaa 
in Bopbomon 
Rngliatt 1 

Ire Sophomore B3m iipo) 
l.l.Miiti.ii Itilile 

-,■ III"! I'. I 

k emo i ii ■ 

i i ^hiii.in Hi 
rb\-i.iliiRV. Itilili 

I- 1 Bophomoi • 

. Irr. Kirshllllitl 141s) 

Normal work Bammeri 

I Mil 

1 .- r iiirin Rloe Kill: IV 

■, ii. .in. i-r. Mac («*i ) 
i- - ematai 

|1 I Jlllllllt 1 
limit- 

It • s.'i h. more Bta 
l> - Sophomore, Etoc 

I ithir 

Cerman 1 

I- iiyli^h I . BmBCJal Ai ttlttit' tii 
1 ■ • I trslinmn 

.1 lilt 1 S(M > 1 
IH'll 

I rriu-h 

1 t T S. .iilmmun BMH 

Oca Hisi ki<h- Bible 

s. mm A II 
1 ■ i I ir*litn;in 
. lrrr(jul;n 
It retftil.ir 
i- mil maw a it 

I 1 IryilUr 

1'liK I , KI'K . Ainilriini wotk 
itiK IV Vl VII Klin (gkal 
Kill! II III IV VI . VII 1 till. 
I'! S'.plii'tttotr itsjJ 

Irr. I'n—iiiiKin Isaa) 

Bmrhab I 



35 



fituclftntu 



Sub-Collegrate Departments 



All* n. Amur I 
AtUn. r.ltnti 
Allrn. Ma 1 \ 
Askt w OttCtfl s 

mr. kut li 
ItriK-t- K;tt< 
[links CD >r 'if 
<. Mark Hardy 
Daint 1 Ht-liu 
IDDWDI 1,11. 
I)f w 1* - rv I » 
!>« grin 
I tu -kins/in. Pautlac 

I Mitt-- 

I>v;il Vci:, ;.»■» 

I)yt- Amilcc 

Da* laTBa M runi 

Margard 

ft, MiUl'rrl 
l-'itim v, JSJOCft 
Pearler, Hrnt-m 
'".yffnrv Vr 11 
/Gatnea, KthH 
Ktlk- 
!! "Ilrv. Amv K 

ii. il 

Hi trd, Ira 

MciiMi Kate 

Hilt I.H. X 

■eaj 

Boltead I 
Bad — o n Mai \ Jba 

J'Hir- Jih lit- 

Doaea i .in -i I* ■ 
tataben >i.hi: : 
Lam butt) " 

i.. *tii« I 

I, at hum A: 
l.'f I 

Mturpnj ' oriata 
Ml y l j Kmh 

M 

N< w ■ 

I'h;i» : V 
PMllrfia Atini- 
I'ltt- ] p- 

■cftatltaoa Ainh.inx 
Rutland li' Mil 



l-'iftti ' ■• 

ftecond Academ \ < a< j 

h Tim It rrt:ii1:it 

ut ton 
I -i*i li I 

fr - nd ii <<U m\ i \' i 
Kind AtMtif n \ 

mi. work SnmnM * 

■ IMH' v*->ik Su .ni. 

Recoil Hi*! Enjj 

Fifth I 

■ Mil WW k 

d Academ y It t< g 
& i and) acadrrn i t \> 
Firal A« a«l*iii\ 
Sen ut h Gradi 
Acadj rim woi k Bi M< I'hj hi 

Firal Academy 

Pi ft h I . 
i ution 

■ 
■ 
Hevetrtn < ■ 
Pint Ar:i'l'iti\ 

rad Acad Bag \'v 
S( rrnth G ■ 

- IN\ 

Firal Acadrmv 

ular 
Firal leaden \ H ■ . 

- 
I its! \! :.,i<-tnv Irrraul 
Hon 

■ 
1 Ira! Acad* tii\ 

lltvt v 
SlXtll I 

Firal lead* mj 

■ mi< wi ■ k | 

■ 

S' \> nth i .t.i.i» 

Ireay It n anlai 

- 






Hi*l 



■ 






Student* 



I 
an.la!lir 
Hi Mitt 

i 
oik Y«!« Ma» 
mm. bob 

k 
Van Minnir 
Tnm. Tcr 

Trier Mar > 
I4r U'ik 

lira*. Clan 
Colli* 

"' itam.. Oiac* 



Ai .n!iini. I 

v I'lrtnv 
k Bale li regalai 
\ MM line liMtnl.it 

\» .ulnny 
Seventh Gi 
lilth Grade 
KinK fccadeaaj 

- idem) Ira gatai l lot 
I work, i locution 
Academic [rregalar 

\. ,cl< Illlf «"lk I tCal Hl-t 'I\ 

! .Ai.t't' m\ trn gab" 
Second Academy Irregular 
Pfrat Acadaaaj 
Fifth Grade 

it reirater 

i Acadeni) Irrefpitel 

Btxtb ( iraae 

-,. V. Tit it I ■ 

■ 

Fifth Grade 
fifth l 

I inn Irregl 



Music Department 



' «. Aan<> 

n a Man 1 1 

- I nana I 

■aKOatta S 1'i.im.' '! '■• 

Pteao, n>t "' v 
•"•a. Glcnim Ma; Pteao I 

•"■Xt Maln-U' Pteao, 

*»». Ulht K.,u! Pteao 

•*«. Man- Will Pteao 

i- «luitH pteao 

"■a*, a* Pteao, 

Pteao, 

■*«». Lillian Pteao 
•"•»■ Hoy Mnl, 

Pteao. 

»k. Err. Pteao 

** a " : Pteao, 

•"•Hand. Mar Dell 

Pteao 

**1H«,„. | 

^■M.IoeanerC Mum.i . oh i 

!!■■*?■ ■rneate* M 

■a /u m ,,,,, Kanaoaj 

T^Ullaj 

pj too n • 
*"■• A»m> Mag 



37 



H II M«- Btel 
Voice H.ii 

Mil- Hl-I 
.uit.ir 

Voice, Han . Mai Htot 

ii u Mil- Btel 

■ .mm rtaran 
Mat Mil- Hi-i 
ilr I i" Porte 

Mai moary 

I in orj 



Summarr 



Summary 



Postgraduate Stu<lcnt> 

Senior Class Graduates only | 
Undergraduate Students in College 
Special Students not included above 
Sub-Collegiate Students . . 

Total i no jui})i! counted twice • 
Elocution 
Class Drawing 
Class Sight singing 
Class Penmanship 
Physical Culture ... 

Music Drpabthkkt: 

Piano 

Pipe Organ. 
Heed Organ 
Stringed Instruments 
Voice Culture 
Ifuskal Historj 
Harmony 
Theory 



Total in Mikw ]) p| ,,,,, ,,,,. .,.,.,. 

Art Dkfartmknt. — 
oil Painting 
Water Color 
Crayon Drawing 
Charcoal 

Pea and Ink 

China Painting 
Pyrography 

Total in An Dept. | no pupil counted twice) 

BOAftDSJtl 

Local Pupiu 



40 



Alumnae 



flEASE inform us concerning marriages, deaths, omitted 
,-. or am errors in the names below. Information oon- 
Idresses oo » pat ion, etc., will be thankfully received. 
state husband's name, title and address. Send us 
issued prior to 1886. Deceased alumnse arc indicated 



is.i<) 



UIDE. M 1 

MRU 
ruICrac 



MAKKII I NAM8 



MAIDEN NAME 
CaCOeron 



IS 47 



Ml. NYwtnll 

Mrs H 

Mi. l-oll -• 
'aV Viral 



Mi- M 
gittiCCami'i —in 

lira 

*»>.Doin-t Mrs Willis 



bai ih C Mora in 
1 iphelia a 1 Moorm 

1 I 
M11 \ A Bai 



MAR1 111) NAMI 
Mr* Mill* 



Hra B 

Mi- Week) - 

Mis lltinkUy 



I848. 



h.iniv. j Grei nwood Mr* Pei ' ) 
Sarah J K Mi« Camp* 

sarah 1" Kihk Hra. Km 

Catiline 1.1W1- Mi- Abercromlne* 

■■ ili p irhani Mi- Tifn r> 





M 1 1 

Mi- 


I'-ilu ■:' 




Ml- 


William-' 










n m ■ - 




Mn 


Mil! !l< IV. « 


■ 


Hra 


[VI v 


■ 




-until 




I.. •!>-• 




Hra 






MI- 


Giant 


'. WVgUsj 


NI' 


Am- •-- 




Mt- 












Mi- 


man 




Mr. 


Hi ' •• 




Mi- 


L.008 




Mi- 


H 


Carter 


ni 






Mi- 
Mi- 




S9fK 





1849. 



Mm 1- Ortega Hra Neal« 

\ M.i. 1.1. ix Mi- lohiiaon 

\ mi v Hi ■ Hra l.< ik« 

tcadt'a I- Miti hell Hra. U 

Mm B I'm- Mi- "' "« ' 

Elizabeth K Stinaon Mi- K.i.Ulifl* 
Mary A Thompaona 



1 851 1. 



M irtha 1 Harrey Hra Marpi i 
Ann K Moi.. he* Hra Ikera* 
x- m Hra Hi"" n< 

C Newton Hra Doaiei 

!,., \ Ki Idillg Mi- .I""' - 
Kt'lHvra A Slatoll Hra Nil 

Inc S slum. Hra Bank* 
Cm hart m C Stinaon Hra N 

Mi- Mils tn H 



I85I 



Hal ) M DoU|(laa»« 

Siisji'u u Duiiglaaa Mrs l.unn 

I Mr- Phillip* 

Hra !.•< 



M 



Alumnae 



MAIDEN NAME 
L.. C. Hampton 
Sarah Harris 

K Ccleslia Hill 
Eliza J. Ki.l.l 
Susan McGehee 
Jane Newton 



l.orine C. Aeee 
Sarah A. Ayers 
Alberta V Amoaa 
I»al>e!la Baldrick* 
Louisa Ilrvan* 
Anna Calhoun 
Etuma Cameron 
Sarah H. Cameron 
Ellen dine 
Catherine Coleman 
Mar* Eliia Colquitt 
Caroline Craven 



MARRIKD NAME 

Mis Davis 
.Mis I.ockhart* 
Mi» Means* 
Mrs l.anc 
Mrs Hampton 
Mrs Hall 



HARRIED KAMI 



I.S.S2. 

MAIDBN N nn: 

Ann RcM 

Mary F Keid* 

Rebecca A K.itlcdge Mrs Boynton 

Roxanna Sharp Hn Jonett 

Catherine Spun Mrs 



.853- 



Mrs Smith 
Mrs. Pott** 

Mrs Heard 



Mrs Martin 
Mrs Leonard* 

Mrs Watera 

•Tney* 

Mrs Di\ 

Mrs. Bappiagton* 



E. s. Bdmondaon 

Mary Fall 

Nam » Hall 

MfvBOtlri Jnllrs 

Mar v I.ee 
Marv I.'iv.l 

Elizabeth I'ace 
Marit tta Peeplea* 
sns.Hi Presley 
Harriet Spii ey 
Caroline Ware 
Man Whitfield 



Sarah M Karnes Mrs Ilurin v 

Mary Colquitt Mn. Green 

Ann E Cooper 

Margaret Cunningham Mrs Smith* 

Amanda KdnoaoaotJ* 

Harriet BdmondatM Mrs Anderson 

Frances H Harris Mrs. Kimball* 

Mary A. King Mrs BeoU 

Florida C Kr v Mrs Ward 

Mary m McKemie Mrs Craven 
Lacy A. Morrow Mrs smith 
susan Newton M vs. Bennett 



Letitia J Austell 

Martha A Coghill 

Sarah A DawUna 

Virginia R. Edmonds,,,, 

Margaret E. Griffin 

Sarah J Harris 

Mary H. Holland 

Melissa N. l^incy 

Phoebe (, Mahr'v* 

Henrietta B. Mcl'lain Mrs Kimbrough 

Margaret K McDowell 



1854. 



«»55. 



Melissa A Appleby Mrs. 
Martha F Blackburn Mis 

t^tura f. Cammeroa Mrs 

Martha C. Carter Mrs 

Bailie Craig 

Unit W. Cunningham* 

Elizabeth H. Del.oach 

Ellen B. Hel^oach 

M J Kdwanls Mrs 

Louise I). Kills Mrs 

Susan E. Harrell Mrs 

An,,:, M Havnes Mrs 



McCraw 

Ki^. 
u caver 4 



rtttMnpatm 

Herring 

Smith 

Rtuukk 



ik. s , 



M E A I ford 
Frances Andrews 
M V Atkins,,,, 
G A Baldrirk* 
Mittie E Berry 
Hadessa Byrd 
■ a Cameron 



s 



Mary c Cole* 

Laura A QarHaajtoa Mr- 



Mrs Heard 
Mrs. Mallorv 

Mrs Offlaabi 

Mrs Tn,- wick 
Mrs Colben 



1857 



Susan v Harrell 
Addie k Powell 
Hattie A s, hamate 
Elitaheth smith 
Anna Bteagall 
Marj 1 Bttnaon 
Anna I\ Bwanson 
Martha Took* 
Fan,,,, A M 



Mr- Manet 

Mr. I! 

Mrs , 

Mn 

Mrs Bradneld 

Mrs 

Mis Pearson 

Mrs M 

Mrs 1 

Mrs Boyd 



1. 11, \ 1 

■ Patrick 
M iau 11, 1 pitta 
P Reid 

Susan Sk, 1 11 

'i Millth 

Barahl B te m b ridgt 

'• V> lis 

w 'r Taliaferro 
lia Tyler 
Mary v 



Camilla p Mcadora 
, 1 A Moone 
Blanche Morgan 
Mary F Redwine 
W Reeae 

Kate I Selh, k 

Rliaa 1 1 Bhepherd 
Mary i- Bteagall 

Sus.,,1 i-: Tooke* 

Emma J Tn, k, 1 

Sarah B Ward 



Nancy c Hill 
11 irriel N U] 
Martha p McKemie 
Anna H Meadows 
S. Indiana Puts 
Mary A P ow el l 

, i) 1'owell 
Bophia 1. Bannden 
Pranci 1 c Tenaiaon 
Mary C Tyler 
Philo Ware 



Mrs g« 
Mis Allen 

Mr*. 1 . mill 

Mrs. Wills,, n« 

Mr> Herring 
Mrs Cary 



Mrs young* 



Mrs Baaell 

Mis JoaABOB 

Mrs i^oeelacc 
Mrs Bdmondaoa* 

Mrs Morgan 
Mrs peg) 



Mis Davidson 



Mrs Morgan 

Mrs Kn!n' 

Mrs craven 

Mrs BtOWl 



Mis Hviium 

Mis WHberspooa 



Mr- Mayberry 

Mrs Clark 



Mrs Tignci 
Mrs Bwanaon 

Mis Jobnaoa 



42 



Alumnne 



I858. 



VAll'KN NAME MAKK1KH NAME 



ner 
I, H Brown 
sillte Bull 
■ H Clayton 
J A Cooprr 
M A Cox 
K r, Crowdci 
I F Gordon 



Mr*. Terrell* 

Hfi I'.cik* 

Mj- Van Bppa 

Ml-. TutfKlt- 



M UDEN NAME 

a B Greenwood 

1- \ Hamilton 

.M A B Hamilton 
M J Hamilton 

A i. Hanks 
M C I- 

m B Bpeci 



MAkklF.I) N \MK 
M - Blatter* 



Mrs 

Mi- Winship 



1859. 



'J V I. .lkr„> 






Bettit Ntlvin 






Bau 






M K I'nllrn 


Mrs 


Kilssel!' 


M K Brail 


Mra 


RJdk >■ 


Marv Slit- phrril 


Mis 


Kirkaej 

RUUM 11 


irlton 


Mrs 


h'l/ni* 


Mattiel Bkepherd 


Mis 


Xarv I Carlton 






Airy Smith 


Mrs 


Boddk 


UK k Caller 


Mrs 


l',, Mi 


Carrie Stiaaoa 


Mis 


.>Klctiee' 


Racket Hardin 


Mis 


Plout n,.\ 


Achaah Tm n<i 


Mrs 


Marsh 


M K. nut 


Mrs 




Ophelia \vi iters 

Tinslr Winston 


Mrs 


Tumlin* 


leaaa 


Mts 


GruBn* 


Mrs 


Winston* 


A Horeland 


Mis 


Bpeei 


Sarah Womai k 


Mrs 




Anna M ■ 


Mrs 


Piournoi 


k k woodward 


Mrs 


Harris* 


K M Mow 


Mrs 


M..SS* 









iSfx). 



Kmma 1. Bostick 
M Alilnc Callaway 

v 1 at Hon 

1 1 \ 

Kvalls 
- riling 

I Caraelia Forbes 
1 M Mill 

Fannie Jeter 

J inline Johnson 

N A Johoaoa 

Lime S I.anrv 
\I l.anrv 



Mrs Rdmondaon 



Mis 
Mis 

Mis 

Mis 

Mrs. 

Mis 
Mis 



Akel- 
K'lwat.ls* 
Dixon 
Waltermlrc 
Thorn paosr* 

Mi Law 
Maddox 



' A Bird M,s Craig* 

Bohannon Mis witter* 
A Brotidhton Mis. Haves 

'' C ;-*.. r »t 

Cunningham \tis >,„„,„ 
M Douglas. Mr. Uwc 
■a**] Hutchinson Mr s Turner 
M ledbetter Mm Ellis* 

'■ Lipscomh Mrs. Hnrwrll 
Wc,c<; -addoa Mis Keudrick 



I Hal, trick 
.;">«. A It,., 
Uttchtr liii.i, 
jwdalm K li.xl.lie 
L : "w Barge 

Kvms 
«»i* 1 1.1.1 

F!ri„„, K 
SSL* Cilmer 

Klwin 
fe» G oodwin 

:k 

■H.Mnett 



Mis Wisdom* 



Mra 

Mis 

Mi 



Mi. 

Mi- 



ll. Ml, N 

Book ha tl 



Ward 

DSl Icls,,||» 



Allot Lrdhrtter 


Mrs 


K.vtll 


B Ct 'i aelia 1 






Mollicj Sillier 


Ml- 


M.Hitv 


Predonia Kaiford 


Mt- 


Ml 1 nrlin 


Aline K Ream 


Mis 


lllondiier 


Polly Rollins, ,n 


Mrs 


Kammond 


K,tiia M Knsh 


Mis 


Callahan 


sallie Baagei 


Mrs 


Mullins 


Laura j Baaettet 


Ml- 


Rranham* 


Bailie Shei>her,l 


Mrs 


Shorter 



Mollie 
Bailie T 

Isahella C Winlr. \ 



Mollie J Smith 
Baltic Talley 



IS6| 



Nn.la M Onslev 
Km ma J Paaja 
Kile 11 K Patttllo 
K C PhsiHpa 

1, C Piillen 
I ha 1 lotte K 
1.. 111. Kea.l 
M A Slorv 

S Elmira Wilkes 

1:111111a C Vancey 



Kcl.l 






Bettie Howell 
Sallie A. Knight 
sallie A Little 
Anna Lj on 
1 l' McOehee* 
Kate Merritt 
Mary M00M v 

Loo 1 1 (leal 
Kransillian i rwena 

Clara Pai k ,1,1 
Pletchei Pttta 
M "it n Pitta 

Mat tie. 1 "I'avloi 
Mollie Whit,- 
Mattie E Wimhish 



Mis Hunaicutt* 
Mis Callawa; 

Mrs j.iks 
Mrs Moms 
Mis Ware 
Mts Cam. ron« 
Mis McDonald 

Mrs 

Mi- Bryant 



Mis Bail. v 
Mr*. 

Mis Williams 



-Mis Joiner 

Mrs Tafft. 
Mis Mai shall 

Mi- Harris 

Mis Wright 

Mis Abrakata* 



43 



Alumnae 



1863. 



MAIDEN NAME MARRIED NAME 

Addle Hull ■« I' »Mn«*B 

Hallle E. Callaway* 

I,i//ie Ltmttc 

sallie Leslie Mr* Beaeley 

Mattie Marshall Mr> Turner 



MAIDEN NAME MARRIED NAME 
Annie Martin Mti 1 •. eawa 

! k • McCain 

tteraldine D Morelattd Mn Bpeei 
Anna Tut nei 



Kii/.i Akera Mr- Bowrijea 

Kiln DruiiKlitun 

Ida Bnrk Mi- ll.iv* 

Mary Cunningham 



I864. 



M irj 1 CurtriRhl Mi* Stakeitran 

ank Hall M i - 

nii 1 twena M • - Bmith 

l-annie J'ulU n M i - Ami- 



Katr Ileal! 
Alice Bryant 



Mn Hnrnadv 
Mr- Willis 



I865 

\. haeli H 



Mn Pac< 



janie Barber 
Nannie Call 



Mi- Trllltl 
Mi> Wylie* 



1871 



i«ul;t CultM r» -n 

M irj am 



Mrs M 
Mr* Pick. in 



Mattie St rot her 



Mn Hinksdale 



1872. 



Sallie Cotter Mi- K«. 

Anna C. Curtright Mn M 
Carrie riimaii Mt. I rum* 



1*73 



Willie Pitman Mn BradAeld* 

1. Pojrthresa Mi- Barn 11 1* 



Maria < ►. Baaa 

Dora B<.vkiii Mr- Maffett 

Mollie Belle Bratu Mrs 8c 

Kallie 1,011 Haralson 



I874. 



J l.iiiu Ward 

Maggie Whitakei Mn 

1 1 wimhish Mi- Anthony 



Aldnia GankBag Mr- fhoi 



.!f,,rd 
Julia Connelly 
Annie Craaaelta 



Mi- Hogj 

Ml- H . 

Mr- Vaughan 



1S7... 



I Jennie McPail 



1877 



Mi- Warrick 



1-tiiina Palmer Mi- Will 

Clodiaea Rtchardaon Mi- Connally 



Liaste Hntigh 
Bailie k n <Lm 

!•' Virgu- 1; .. 
Ueila Hudaon 



Mi- M.i. Donald* 

Mi- I 

Mr- Motley 



I878. 



Main. T Mi '.• h< ■ Mra. 1 

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